Stuller’s New 2022-2023 Jewelry Catalog Is Out
It features nearly 3,000 new items and sections like zodiac, charms, and lockets.
The supplier has released “Jewelry 2022-2023,” an all-in-one resource for new on-trend designs and classic pieces.
The catalog has a soft-touch cover and features nearly 3,000 new items, as well as new sections like zodiac, charms, and lockets.
Other highlights include easily identifiable lab-grown diamonds and gemstones in the page header; navigation tools like metal quality, engravable badges, and shapes on the page headers; and detailed trend page numbers add to the section introduction pages.
The catalog also identifies earring back types for diamond stud earrings and outside diameter measurements in millimeters for earring jackets, and provides educational content like a chain comparison guide and a how-to-measure guide for religious jewelry.
Stuller also said it added more than 80 QR codes throughout for quick access to additional products, information, and videos.
“Jewelers will be able to serve their customers easier than ever,” said Emily Graffagnino, senior director of fine jewelry. “Our teams worked diligently to give this catalog a new fresh look with an enhanced, streamlined shopping experience.”
To celebrate the launch of Jewelry 2022-2023, Stuller is giving away a $1,000 account credit.
To enter the “Pin to Win” contest, businesses must follow Stuller on Pinterest and pin their favorite jewelry style from the catalog onto Stuller’s Pin to Win Pinterest board.
Then, in the comments section of the pin, they need to note the catalog page number of the chosen style.
A photo of the favorite catalog style can also be emailed to email@example.com.
The contest runs through Friday, April 22. A winner will be picked at random and announced on Wednesday, April 27.
For more information about the contest or Jewelry 2022-2023, visit Stuller.com.
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